ECLIPSE OVERCHARGE (HOW WILL BE THE LIFE IF SUN WILL BE HIDDEN FOR YEARS) - watsupptoday.com
ECLIPSE OVERCHARGE (HOW WILL BE THE LIFE IF SUN WILL BE HIDDEN FOR YEARS)
Posted 02 Aug 2017 01:50 PM

Solar eclipses events are the most astound events, especially the ones that are visible to a wide range of people like the Aug 21 eclipse can generate a lot of curiosity among people which stay for a quite long time.
The speed of the eclipse is very swift; it is visible for only 2 minutes. The duration and length of the Upcoming Great American Solar Eclipse will depend on if the location of the earth curvature of the surface as well as rotational speed along with the speed of the moon and earth. As per NASA, the people from Carbondale, Illinois will experience the longest period of total darkness during the eclipse which will last for 2.40 minutes.
The moon doesn’t block the light of the sun for a long period of time, whereas previous events in the Earth’s history have obstructed the sun for months, years, which can leave hazardous consequence on the life of the planet.
66 million years ago, Cretaceous-Tertiary (K-T) wiped off almost 80% of the Earth’s species. Innumerable researchers link this die-off to a momentous event preserved in the geologic record. The humongous comet that slammed into the earth and left a large crater of 112 miles (180km) across, which is now known as Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
Debris blasted in the upper atmosphere and beyond which encircled the globe and blocked the Sun as per researchers.
The fragment of the asteroid was immersed in the atmosphere later on by quantities of ashes from the wildfires, by the heat pulse which was scorched by vegetation following the impact.
These ashes covered the earth’s atmosphere and blocked the sun light completely, like an eclipse. It would have lightened the appearance of the sun’s light to sound a death knell for photosynthesizing plants and animals that ate them.
Not only asteroids are capable of darkening the earth but Volcano’s can also darken the skin at a global scale. Mount Tambora’s eruption in 1815, spewed almost 36 cubic miles of rock and ashes to heights of 18 miles, and it has been recorded as the biggest eruption of all times.
Soon after the explosion, an ash cloud covered the entire region which expanded and covered an area as big as of Australia, the temperature dropped till 20 degrees Fahrenheit (11 degrees Celsius), there was no sun for almost 3 years and people termed the year 1816 as the "Year Without a Summer," according to the New York Times.



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